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Lots of Veggies! Simple Korean Boiled Pork Bossam

Lots of Veggies!  Simple Korean Boiled Pork Bossam

Boiled pork bossam is a staple Korean dish. You can enjoy so many vegetables with this! You can use either lettuce or red-leaf lettuce as well! Perk yourself up with this dish and enjoy the summer!

Ingredients: 2 servings

Salted pork (pork belly) Recipe ID:1355358
300 g
Sangchu Korean lettuce
20 leaves
Egoma or shiso leaves
20 leaves
Chef Kawagoe Tachinari's recommended kimchi
as much as you like
Garlic
as much as you like
Leek namul (Recipe ID:1355320)
as much as you like
Gochujang
as needed

Steps

1. Prepare the salted pork from Recipe ID: 1355358! Cut it into 1 cm thick slices.
2. These are today's ingredients!!
3. Boil some water...
4. Add some sake (not listed in the ingredients) to the water and boil the salted pork!
5. While the pork is boiling, let's prepare the vegetables! Wash the sangchu lettuce and dry them thoroughly before putting them on a plate!
6. I didn't have any egoma leaves, so I decided to use shiso leaves today. Put them on the plate with the sangchu!
7. Thinly slice the garlic!
8. Prepare as much kimchi and gochujan as you like!
9. The pork is made by boiling in the water!
10. Cut the pork into bite-sized pieces!
11. Move everything to the dining table. This is the vegetable plate.
12. I garnished the dish with leek namul from a different recipe. Recipe ID:1355320
13. The boiled pork looks like this.
14. I set it all out on the dining table!!
15. Time to wrap! First, take a sangchu leaf.
16. Place the shiso leaf on top.
17. Add the kimchi...
18. And the garlic...
19. Then the leek namul...
20. Finally the boiled salted pork...
21. Close the wrap and eat it in one big bite!!

Story Behind this Recipe

I made this because I wanted to make a boiled version of samgyeopsal!